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France and China, both key leaders of the Paris Climate Accord now that the US is leaving, have unveiled a new satellite to better predict storms and model climate change. The China-France Oceanography...

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In theory, body cameras are supposed to not only catch police abuses of power, but deter them: officers will be on their best behavior knowing that they could be hauled in. As Washington, DC...

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Deadly Pollution We all know that pollution, in general, is harmful to human health. But a study published in The Lancet has shown the true magnitude of the threat. According to the study, in 2015, 1...

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Researchers at the University of Washington have found a way to track a person’s location and app use through serving ads on mobile apps. The result opens the door for significant privacy...

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Are you using marketing videos in your social media strategy? Interested in getting them ranked higher on the most popular video search engine? In this article, I’ll show you first-hand pieces of advice...

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It is rare to encounter a scientific fact that stirs widespread debate and distrust quite like the matter of climate change. Despite consensus among climate specialists about a theory that is supported...

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A conspiracy theory has circulated widely that Apple is intentionally throttling the performance of older iPhone models using its iOS updates in order to spur people to upgrade to newer devices. This is...

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The Bubbly Origins of Life The origins of life as we know it here on Earth — a murky and complicated mystery spurring countless competing theories and research — remain inconclusive.  Currently,...

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A new study postulates that Apple’s lack of transparency about firmware updates could be lulling users and system administrators into a false sense of security — but the...

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Smartsheet last week released its “State of Automation 2017” study which provides a breakdown of industry attitudes toward automation. While an overwhelming percentage of those surveyed believe that...